Gridthiya Gaeweewong is an independent curator and co-founder of Project 304, a Bangkok-based, non-profit, experimental art space initiated and run by artists and curators.
Gaeweewong attempts to create platforms of exchange for local and international contemporary practices that address issues of subculture, globalization, migration, and alienation. Gaeweewong has organized numerous local and international exhibitions that have significantly shaped the field of contemporary Southeast Asian art, including Saigon Open City, co-curated with Rirkrit Tiravanija, and the 5th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival. She is currently the Artistic Director of the Jim Thompson Art Center, and regularly contributes to exhibition catalogues, art journals and local art magazines.
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